1st International Terra Preta Sanitation Conference in Hamburg 28/31 August 2013.
FP7 REFERTIL presentation by E. Someus (Sweden): Reducing mineral fertilisers and chemicals use in agriculture by recycling treated organic waste as compost and bio-char products.
On behalf of the European Commission contracted FP7 REFERTIL Consortium we, the Compost Group of REFERTIL, would like to invite you and your composting plant into a very detailed evaluating challenge where the selected composting technologies/plants will be analyzed from the considerations of the environment, technology, legislation and cost-effectiveness.
On behalf of the European Commission contracted FP7 REFERTIL Consortium we are searching for available commercial, industrial or pilot scale tested recycling technologies suitable for biochar production and use in open ecological soil environment.
Invitation to join to the Stakeholder’s Group for the EU FP7 Project titled:
“Improvement of comprehensive bio-waste transformation and nutrient recovery treatment processes for production of combined natural products (REFERTIL)”
BIOMASS GUADALQUIVIR is inviting SME farmers and end-users for participation on the 1st Refertil open day on 24th September in Granada, Spain. You can find more information in the enclosed flyer (in Spanish language).
The REFERTIL (289785) Collaborative project is co-funded by the European Commission, Directorate General for Research, within the 7th Framework Programme of RTD, Theme 2 - Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology.
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